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(Olympia, WA)  --  Washington state lawmakers are considering legislation that would toughen penalties for those who repeatedly drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  The House Public Safety Committee heard testimony yesterday on the Senate-passed bill, under which a person with four DUIs in ten-years would be charged with a felony on the fourth-offense.  Current state law attaches felony status to a fifth DUI in ten-years.  The bill is awaiting a committee vote.

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